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Double points, standing restarts to go

Double points, standing restarts to go

Formula 1 teams have agreed to drop double points and standing starts after safety car restarts for 2015, AUTOSPORT can reveal

McLaren may run again before Jerez

McLaren may run again before Jerez

McLaren may run its Honda development car again before the first 2015 Formula 1 test at Jerez, pending investigations into the electrical problems that blighted its running in Abu Dhabi

Vergne announces Toro Rosso split

Vergne announces Toro Rosso split

Jean-Eric Vergne has announced that he is splitting with the Toro Rosso Formula 1 team, making Carlos Sainz Jr the favourite for the remaining 2015 seat alongside Max Verstappen

Engine budgets are just a scapegoat

Engine budgets are just a scapegoat

While many in F1 continue to blame the expensive new engines for the struggles of the small teams, a look at the situation just a decade ago suggests the problem lies elsewhere, says DIETER RENCKEN

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Lynn eyes 2015 F1 reserve role

Alex Lynn believes a Formula 1 reserve role is a realistic aim for 2015, having admitted that he will not get the Toro Rosso race seat.

Toyota could switch to battery option

Toyota has not ruled out a switch from a super-capacitor to batteries as its means of storing retrieved power on its 2015 World Endurance Championship LMP1 contender

Double points, standing restarts to go

Formula 1 teams have agreed to drop double points and standing starts after safety car restarts for 2015, AUTOSPORT can reveal

McLaren may run again before Jerez

McLaren may run its Honda development car again before the first 2015 Formula 1 test at Jerez, pending investigations into the electrical problems that blighted its running in Abu Dhabi

Marciello thinking of Bianchi in test

Raffaele Marciello admitted injured fellow Ferrari protege Jules Bianchi was foremost in his thoughts as he made his Formula 1 testing debut with the Italian squad in Abu Dhabi

F1 News

Lynn eyes 2015 F1 reserve role

Alex Lynn believes a Formula 1 reserve role is a realistic aim for 2015, having admitted that he will not get the Toro Rosso race seat.

Double points, standing restarts to go

Formula 1 teams have agreed to drop double points and standing starts after safety car restarts for 2015, AUTOSPORT can reveal

McLaren may run again before Jerez

McLaren may run its Honda development car again before the first 2015 Formula 1 test at Jerez, pending investigations into the electrical problems that blighted its running in Abu Dhabi

Marciello thinking of Bianchi in test

Raffaele Marciello admitted injured fellow Ferrari protege Jules Bianchi was foremost in his thoughts as he made his Formula 1 testing debut with the Italian squad in Abu Dhabi

MotoGP News

Ducati breaks 'tough' on small teams

Ducati's rules break hurt MotoGP's leading non-factory teams in 2014, reckons Yamaha chief Lin Jarvis

Rossi thinks 2015 title is realistic

Valentino Rossi believes an eighth MotoGP world championship is a realistic goal for 2015 given his rate of improvement this year

Crutchlow has shoulder surgery

Cal Crutchlow has had surgery on arthritis in his shoulder following the end of the 2014 MotoGP season

Ducati no longer 'embarrassing'

Ducati is no longer in an "embarrassing" position in MotoGP after the progress it has made during the 2014 season, according to sporting director Paolo Ciabatti

Rallying News

WRC plans in-car split times ban

World Rally Championship crews will no longer be given in-car split times from 2015 as the FIA seeks to increase unpredictability

Busch to take on Kubica at Monza

NASCAR star Kurt Busch has joined ex-Formula 1 racer Robert Kubica, Ken Block and MotoGP legend Valentino Rossi on the entry for this weekend's Monza Rally

Loeb back to WRC for Monte Carlo

Nine-time World Rally champion Sebastien Loeb will return to the series for 2015's season-opening Monte Carlo Rally

Tanak gets Hirvonen's M-Sport seat

M-Sport will field Ott Tanak and Elfyn Evans in its main line-up in the 2015 World Rally Championship

WEC News

Toyota could switch to battery option

Toyota has not ruled out a switch from a super-capacitor to batteries as its means of storing retrieved power on its 2015 World Endurance Championship LMP1 contender

Green light for third Porsche LMP1

Porsche has opted to expand its assault on the 2015 Le Mans 24 Hours to three LMP1 cars

Nissan LMP1 makes debut with Krumm

Nissan's all-new LMP1 World Endurance Championship contender ran for the first time this week with Michael Krumm behind the wheel, AUTOSPORT can reveal

Three Porsche GT drivers in P1 frame

Three Porsche GT drivers are contenders for seats in the German manufacturer's 919 Hybrid LMP1 should it decide to field a third Le Mans 24 Hours entry in 2015

WTCC News

Engstler enters TC3 after WTCC exit

World Touring Car Championship TC2 champion Franz Engstler's team will switch to the TC3 International Series, running Volkswagen Golfs from 2015

Huff claims seventh Macau victory

Lada racer Rob Huff scored a dramatic seventh victory in Macau after heartbreak for Tiago Monteiro in an unpredictable 2014 World Touring Car Championship finale

Lopez dominates Macau opener

Macau debutant Jose Maria Lopez led throughout the opening World Touring Car Championship race at the Guia circuit to take an untroubled 10th victory of the 2014 season

Loeb's team gets WTCC Citroen deal

Sebastien Loeb Racing will run two customer Citroen C-Elysees in the 2015 World Touring Car Championship, while Loeb himself, Jose Maria Lopez and Yvan Muller keep their works team drives

IndyCar News

Valsecchi gets Schmidt IndyCar test

Former Lotus Formula 1 reserve and 2012 GP2 champion Davide Valsecchi will join the ranks of Europeans eyeing American moves by testing an IndyCar with Schmidt Peterson Motorsport next month

Foyt undergoes heart surgery

Four-time Indianapolis 500 winner AJ Foyt is recovering in a Houston hospital after undergoing successful triple-bypass surgery

Rahal: RLL poised to recover in 2015

Graham Rahal believes that the Rahal Letterman Lanigan team is poised to take a stride forward in 2015 following an encouraging test at Barber on Monday

Castroneves: Aero kit big speed boost

Helio Castroneves says that he can already feel the improvements in the new IndyCar aero kit scheduled for 2015, despite having only tested an early iteration of Chevrolet's oval-spec version

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